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How to Build the win32 Release DLL

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Hi
I have got the 16bit DLL and source code, and it was converted into 32bit Debug DLL,
Now I want to convert the same into win32 release DLL.

When I tried to build the dll it gives error, saying ldllcew.lib file is not there and winnls.lib file is not there.
How to over come this problem,
Please kind enough to help me out.

Regards,
Babu.
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Do those lib files exist?
   ldllcew.lib and winnls.lib
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Do a search in your system and find these two files. If you can't find them, most probabely you'll have to reinstall you IDE to regenerate the files. If you find them, make sure they are in a folder where can be found by the compiler and/or linker when you try to build your project!
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